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1-23-2012 @ 1:36PM
Damn, that guy was legit? I saw him hawking his contests in /trade, but always disregarded them as generic /trade bluster. Shame, too, I have a couple transmog sets I'm particularly proud of and would have liked to enter in his contests.At any rate, I don't know how this guy managed to move some of those pieces at the prices he did. I have a small stock of what I consider to be choice mog items, including some of the very same pieces in his mobile AH photo, and I couldn't move them for more than 100-200g at a time, max. /salute keelhaul for pulling off the dream!
1-23-2012 @ 1:41PM
5k for "of the whale" gauntlets... the guy was not kidding when he was talking about spreadsheets and things like that, mad props for pricing something like that that actually moved.
1-23-2012 @ 1:54PM
To be fair, when you're moving mogging merch, the enchants don't matter at all, so it could have been "of the boar" and it would still have moved at that price point. The Glorious plate set is one of the most sought after sets, in my minor experience dabbling with moghawking; I managed to move a chestpiece once for 3k, and I thought I was making bank on that. The problem with moving mogging gear is that by now, a lot of people already have their sets. I know a lot of people, myself included, who don't plan on changing sets anymore; a finished set gives you a sense of ownership over your character that I couldn't have predicted before mogging went live. This is _my_ DK, and ain't no other DK who looks like him on Proudmoore, etc. Cuts into the profit margins, that mindset does...
1-23-2012 @ 2:16PM
I've actually had people whisper me about Glorious, and even Bloodscale, when I was online with my AH alt. One person wanted to know where I farmed all this stuff...heh, he didn't believe me when I told him it all came from the Auction House. :P
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